Published on January 8, 2018 by Docker

The newest beta for Docker for Mac now comes with built in Kubernetes. In this video, Docker Developer Advocate Elton Stoneman demonstrates how to use Kubernetes in Docker for Mac, and how to deploy to Kubernetes using either kubectl or Docker Compose.

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zz ari
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zz ari
2 days 16 hours ago

very good!

Luís Nabais
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Luís Nabais
8 days 1 hour ago

Hello. Where can we see the code for this demo?

Mano Marks
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Mano Marks
1 day 15 hours ago
pedro Alvarez
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pedro Alvarez
9 days 18 hours ago

when i try to enable kubernetes itis stoke for ever and dont want to start ! ! !

Mano Marks
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Mano Marks
1 day 15 hours ago

Should be fixed in recent updates

Dave Kerr
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Dave Kerr
11 days 6 hours ago

Great video, very cool seeing Swarm/k8s running together like this.

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